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Most Popular Genre

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1TheDepotLFL
mar 14, 2015, 11:19 pm

What is the most popular genre in your Little Free Library?

2SqueakyChu
mar 15, 2015, 10:27 am

I honestly don't think there a "most popular" genre in the Little Free Library of Twinbrook (#7720).

On a continuing basis and probably in equal numbers, I provide mass market paperbacks (largely thrillers and mysteries), childrens' and teens' books, hardcover books (old and new bestsellers - both fiction and nonfiction), and trade paperbacks (mostly literary fiction).

My personal favorites are the trade paperback literary fiction.

3TheDepotLFL
mar 15, 2015, 3:00 pm

I have three girls who stop by to see if we have any new Vampire Fiction on a regular basis.

4sturlington
mar 15, 2015, 3:32 pm

Children's books and recent YA fiction seem to be the fastest movers in our Little Free Library.

5qebo
mar 24, 2015, 6:04 pm

Gah. Someone donated 20 romances to my LFL yesterday. They do get taken, but 20 will be awhile, and I still have some from a previous donation.

6SqueakyChu
Redigerat: mar 24, 2015, 6:16 pm

>5 qebo:

I always pull my donations, kind of shuffle them up, and put an eclectic mix back in! I try to keep my offerings in balance. :D

I've never had complaints about this as everyone knows (hopefully) that all appropriate donations will eventually get cycled through my LFL.

I offer very few romance, and don't get very many donations of romance novels (thankfully). :)

7qebo
mar 24, 2015, 7:30 pm

>6 SqueakyChu: Oh, yeah, I do the same, put a bright orange sticker on the ones I've set out so I can see which are new at a glance. Most people leave donations in a bag or box on the porch unless it's only a few books; this batch was stuffed inside the LFL. I typically have about five romances in the LFL; they're small and easy to fit around real books, and they do have a fan base.